The film “To Be Continued,” co-produced by Walk in Hong Kong and Hong Kong Community Heritage Foundation, premiered at the Hong Kong International Film Festival in April 2023. (Click here to watch the movie trailer). It tells the story of Harry Odell (1896-1975), an impresario and an era of Hong Kong. Five years ago, Haider … Read more

Escape the urban buzz at the new harbourfront public spaces in Fortress Hill and Wan Chai, offering tranquil respite and stunning views of Victoria Ha…

Discover the power of cultural tourism as Walk in Hong Kong’s CEO & Co-founder Paul Chan shares how movies and popular culture are used to promote unique experiences in Hong Kong’s countryside, showcasing hidden gems and unlocking the potential of cultural tourism.

Step back in time and uncover the history of Hong Kong’s local dairy industry at Pokfulam Farm, featuring a revitalized Grade I historic building with mixed Chinese and Western architectural styles, guided tours, workshops, and a glimpse into the challenges and successes of the Dairy Farm’s pioneering operation.

At Walk in Hong Kong, we understand that anniversaries are a significant milestone for any organization, regardless of its size, and are worth celebrating with the community that has supported its growth and development over the years.

“Heritage Vogue . Hollywood Road”, another sucessful project facilitated by Walk in Hong Kong.

Walk in Hong Kong has been recognized with a Certificate of Merit in the 2021-2022 Hong Kong Awards for Industries in the category of Innovation and Creativity.

Last month, we curated a very special, one-of-a-kind movie tour to Lai Chi Wo, a remote village featured in the movie. It combined hiking, staycation, and even an outdoor movie screening!

Following the release of the Historic Building Appraisal Report for 190 Nathan Road, we will be launching a series of stories that set out to discover what happened to this historical building. Featuring Virginia Chan, the granddaughter of the first owner of No.190, our first episode looks into how her father’s life story intertwined with the history of the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong…

In the old days, Hong Kong’s streets were first christened in English before being translated into Chinese. Some things got lost in translation but have curiously remained until today. Many of us are blissfully oblivious to such mistakes! Having lived in Hong Kong for all our lives, our professional guides at Walk in Hong Kong have come up with 6 levels of wrongly translated street names in the city…

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